Two people have been arrested following this morning's Republican Bloody Sunday memorial march that was met with loyalist protesters. 

An officer was also injured during the event. 

The 200-strong Republican march organised by West of Scotland Band Alliance, started at 11.30am and reached its endpoint at 1pm. 

It was halted at multiple points of the route, as police separated the group from members of the loyalist group National Defence League. 

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Police blockaded Sauchiehall Street at the start of the march to allow for the Republican group to pass by the Loyalist protesters. 

Members of the public were also unable to pass for about 10 minutes before the police could "ensure the safety" of everyone present. 

An officer sustained minor injury following missiles being thrown during the procession. 

Police confirmed that the parade came to a conclusion without 'significant incident'. 

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Chief Superintendent Mark Hargreaves said: “We can confirm that the procession concluded at its destination shortly after 1.00pm without significant incident. 

“Officers dealt with minor disorder, including missiles being thrown, which resulted in minor injury to a police officer. The procession was stopped a number of times as a result of protest activity to mitigate any further incidents, ensure the safety of all persons involved, and the wider community. 

“Two people have been arrested for minor disorder offences.”